When his son pointed out to the experienced warrior the situation of their dangerous enemy, the usual exclamatory
"hugh" burst from his lips; after which, no further expression of surprise or alarm was suffered to escape him.
But you are so confoundedly hot-headed and exclamatory
that I cannot get a word in.
Conversation was exclamatory
for a little while, with gaps of wonderment; and then the Editor got fervent in his curiosity.
The interview is, however, extremely brief, most of the conversation being on his part, your remarks being mostly of an exclamatory
and mono-syllabic order, and as soon as you can tear yourself away you do so.
The thoughts in themselves were not numerous--they were like the thoughts of most human beings, few and simple-- but they cannot be reproduced here in all their exclamatory
repetitions which went on in an endless and weary turmoil--for the walk was long.
It is fitting, then, that upon the conception of her child, Akiko should also give birth to a list-like poem, one that is not melancholic but rather exclamatory
and exuberant, bathed in okashi.
But before all of that, Siracusa noted that within the hallways and meeting room at many member companies, two exclamatory
statements can be heard--"We need more innovation
anaphoric negatives that punctuate the final lines
Of all beneath the sun / I adore her', is characteristic of its exclamatory
tone (I, 11.
Readers of Whitman are well aware of his poems' frequent use of exclamatory
or interrogative utterances across one or more stanzas, as in the excerpts below from "Crossing Brooklyn Ferry" (from section 11):
opening invocation to a recipient-dedicatee in the former was an intentionally evocative and constituent part of a formula seen throughout the ancient world in texts of this genre.
Verifica incerta (Disperse Exclamatory
Phase) (Uncertain Verification [Disperse Exclamatory
Phasel), 1964-65, for example, is a cinematic montage constructed from movie clips, mostly from Hollywood productions, to create a fragmentary plot that directs the viewer's attention to the connections among seemingly incompatible scenes rather than to the progression of the narrative itself.